A World Full of Strangers

June 1, 2009
By Kelly Keleher BRONZE, Weimar, California
Kelly Keleher BRONZE, Weimar, California
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Outside, looking up at the skyscrapers
I see layers of a busy airway
Cars flying through thick, dark fog
Some plunging dangerously to the ports which decorate buildings like ornaments on a Christmas tree.
This world provides nothing but convenience,
There is no patience, no hard work.
All entertainment is digital, created on a screen, and made by a computer.
Artificiality has forced all individuals to become equipped with immense independence.
Relationships are scarce.
This world is lonely.

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Theme: Dangers of the Future

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